Make Your Dreams Come True Day
Make Your Dreams Come True Day is a holiday observed on January 13th that encourages everyone to pursue the dreams they have placed on the back burner. It’s important for people to have hopes and dreams to strive toward, but all too often, individuals become so busy with their day-to-day lives that they end up not chasing those dreams.
That’s okay; it happens to almost everyone eventually. That’s why it’s important to move those dreams back to the front and go after them. This day is the perfect opportunity to take that first step toward making your dreams come true.
The History of Make Your Dreams Come True Day
Unfortunately, we do not know who invented this holiday. It seems that this holiday came into existence sometime between the 1990s and the turn of the 21st century, but we are unsure of the exact date of its creation. We will continue to chase our dreams, though, and find out the true history of this holiday eventually.
Celebrities Who Made Their Own Dreams Come True
We know that listening to other people’s success stories can inspire individuals to reach for their own dreams, so we decided to do some research and find out which celebrities had to work hard to make their personal dreams come true. Let’s take a look at some of them so that you, too, can draw inspiration from their stories.
Charlie Chaplin had a rough childhood, to say the least. His father was simply not there, and his mother had to work tirelessly to support the household. Charlie Chaplin’s mother would end up in a mental asylum, and his father died, so he had to fend for himself. Using his natural talents, he started a career that would span over 75 years—all the while winning awards and becoming one of the best-known celebrities in the world.
J.K. Rowling was unemployed, living in poverty, and being supported by state benefits. She would go on to publish “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone,” and the rest is history. She now has a net worth of over a billion dollars.
When Stephen King sold his first novel, “Carrie,” in 1973, he and his family were living in poverty. Fortunately, that book changed everything and set him on a career path that would make him one of the most successful horror writers of all time.
Tyler Perry was physically and sexually abused as a child, was kicked out of high school, and was even homeless, living out of his car. Eventually, he was able to break through with a show on its seventh run and launched one of the more successful careers as a writer, director, and actor. In 2011, Tyler Perry was named Forbes’ highest-paid man in entertainment.
Observing Make Your Dreams Come True Day
Do you want to celebrate this holiday? If so, then all you need to do is chase down your dreams. Dreams that you may have pushed aside because of work, raising kids, or some obstacle that has temporarily prevented you from bringing your dream into reality. So go ahead and use this day to relaunch your efforts to make your dreams come true. After all, you are the only person who can make that happen.